Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking garage
Most popular service: Plastic Surgery
Brands Used: Revision, Obagi, Nelly DeVuyst, Botox, Restylane, Juvederm
Pro Tip: The parking entry is located in the center of the building off of Peachtree Road.
Q&A with the Practice Manager
The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease?
Each room throughout the office is named and decorated after a school that Dr. Jones studied at.
Do you or your staff have any special certifications or degrees?
We have an asthetician on staff for facials and microdermabrasion treatments.
Out of your entire repertoire, which is your favorite service to perform and why?
Plastic surgery, due to Dr. Jones's ability to customize procedures, giving patients naturally uplifting results.
When beautifying clients at Luminous Aesthetics, owner and certified medial aesthetician Linda Zollo’s first priority is their comfort, whether she’s performing waxes or spray tans. Instead of using painful waxes, she removes unwanted hair with the gentle, botanical Nufree solution, which doesn’t stick to the skin, unlike a three-legged race partner after a three-legged marathon. She also performs a number of chemical peels, which help combat acne, fine lines, and wrinkles to restore healthy skin.
Unlike some salon owners, Spencer Malay isn't content to just sit back and watch as his stylists have all the fun. The 15-year hairstyling veteran, beauty consultant, and makeup artist grabs the scissors and works alongside them, doling out the salon's signature razor cuts and conditioning therapies and offering hairstyling advice dubbed "perfect" by a reviewer for the July 2011 issue of Allure magazine. On the spa side of the studio, massages and facials provide a welcome dose of relaxation for busy clientele, and med-spa treatments erase years from the face and body with dermal fillers and spider-vein treatments performed under the supervision of a doctor, nurse, and the occasional haunted painting.
Patrons looking to bring a touch of the salon's glamour home with them can peruse a collection of Spencer Malay jewelry or add a pop of color to everyday makeup routines courtesy of Spencer's own line of mineral-based cosmetics. The salon also specializes in providing and fitting wigs for patients with medical hair loss and curates a large and stylish collection, with options recommended by medical and beauty professionals as well as past clients.
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Lyn Ross wrote the book on skincare. Or at least one or two of the books, cumulatively. She's authored numerous articles and textbook chapters on the topic, spreading the knowledge she's gained since opening her first natural skincare clinic in 1975, when most dermatologists still advised moisturizing with a rich crude-oil blend. In 1989, she established Institut’ DERMed—at once an Atlanta med-spa, a line of cosmeceutical products, and an aesthetician-training center.
Today, Ross and her staff make clients’ skin glow in a 3,000-square-foot facility filled with 11 private treatment rooms. At the College of Advanced Aesthetics, also headquartered in Atlanta, they train estheticians, cosmetologists, and doctors in product use and skin-treatment plans. Perhaps the element most central to Lyn's practice is her range of natural skin-care products crafted from concentrated but non-prescription active ingredients. The cleansers, serums, and exfoliants are formulated not just with carefully selected ingredients, but with carefully selected molecules—the company’s chemists reconfigure the very atoms of active substances so that the compounds will better penetrate the skin.
"Bliss is a happy place to be." That's Bliss Spa's motto, and visitors can find many happy places thanks to Bliss’s partnership with W Hotels, not to mention its freestanding locations. The luxurious spas are home to modern treatment rooms, where guests indulge in treatments such as the Fully Loaded Facial, which includes a fruit-acid wash, oxygen wrap, extractions, collagen serum, mask, upper-body and foot massage, Hair Dew, and O2 blast.
Other spa services include massages that range from services such as the blissage49 to the Ginger Rub, which incorporates ginger root, essential oils, and a foil wrap to alleviate aches and pains. Complementary body treatments slough away dead skin cells with exfoliating scrubs and rid physiques of unwanted cellulite with Bliss’s line of FatGirlSlim products.
FatGirlSlim is just one of Bliss's spa products, which are ideal for guests who want to pamper themselves at home. These skincare, spa tools, and cosmetics are all manufactured to Bliss's specifications, from products packed with beneficial ingredients to the tongue-in-cheek names such as the Poetic Waxing hair-removal kit and the acne treatment No Zit Sherlock.